There's a ton of non-laminates, though Mountain Hardwear and Arcteryx don't seem to like them. What exactly do you want?
As has been said, schoeller's dynamic and extreme are not laminates and breathe nicely. Mountain Hardwear's Velocity Guide seems very nice, and take a look at their Offwidth. I have been using pants made of the fabric in that jacket and have been impressed with mobility, durability and weather resistance.
Much of what Patagonia makes is non-laminated, my favorite being the Ready Mix which is windproof and dries fast as it is made of polyester. You can get these for under $140 in a few places right now.
Cloudveil's Inertia line is very stretchy and seems like it would be very breathable. If I did not have a Cloudveil Blakc Ice and the Ready Mix, I'd get one. If you want a non-hooded Inertia, Mountain Gear has large and small for 90 bucks.
Cloudveil's Serendipity is Schoeller non-laminated.
I believe Powershield is a laminate, as mine has de-laminated! The use of my Powershield Gamma-MX is the major reason I got the Ready Mix and Black Ice... needed something more breathable.